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Top tips from a Bristol Conveyancing Solicitor

When it comes to choosing a Conveyancing Solicitor in Bristol for the sale or purchase of a house or flat, a local firm will usually have the requisite local knowledge of legal matters affecting properties in this area.   They will of course also have the general requisite Conveyancing expertise, and will be able to […]

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Top Gun Conveyancing in Bristol reveals Aerodrome Planning Restrictions

Not one, but two unusual restrictions were spotted by Fridays' Local Conveyancer Dawn Thomas during Conveyancing in Bristol, Avon. Valued at around £158, 500, this Bristol freehold home was found to be located within an Aerodrome Safeguarding Zone. While undertaking Local Conveyancing with her customary expertise, Dawn identified the following: ASZ15 – Aerodrome Safeguarding Zone […]

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How to obtain duplicate certificates in Bristol

Q:  Assuming I need a birth, marriage or death certificate for probate in Bristol, how do I obtain duplicate certificates?  A:  One can obtain a replacement certificate in person at the Old Council House if the event took place in Bristol.   The address is ( This is not the same as the Bristol Probate […]

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Administering a Deceased Estate in Bristol

How is Probate granted in Bristol? The following is a brief outline of the probate procedure in Bristol: The usual check is made to ensure if the deceased made a will.  If a will is found, the executor is notified and is invited to attend the office for a reading and a short discussion of […]

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Leasehold Conveyancing in Bristol – Alert over ex-council properties

The Fridays Leasehold Conveyancing Bristol Team have in recent times have completed a large number of conveyancing transactions in Bristol. Conveyancing Solicitors focusing in Bristol properties where the freehold is retained by Bristol City Council need to be cognisant of the following : UK Councils, including Bristol City Council are legally required by central Government to update […]

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